Paper inserts are widely used for their eco-friendliness and recyclability. They are convenient to load and unload, have good buffering and anti-collision properties, and can effectively reduce product loss.
- Eco-friendly and recyclable
- Convenient to load and unload
- Good buffering and anti-collision properties
- Customizable with various printing, hot stamping, and die-cutting techniques
- Cannot support products that are too heavy
The paper inserts are commonly used due to their low cost and protective capabilities. There are many types of paper available, including cardboard, kraft paper, corrugated paper, and specialty paper.
Cardboard is a popular choice for inner trays due to its affordability. It only requires a cutting die to be made to create the desired shape. It can also be customized with various printing, hot stamping, and die-cutting techniques to create unique designs.
However, there are also limitations to using paper inserts. They are best suited for products with a square or rectangular shape, such as tin cans or cardboard boxes. Additionally, they cannot support products that are too heavy, as this would compromise their protective capabilities. Despite these limitations, paper inserts remain a popular choice for packaging due to their versatility, affordability, and eco-friendliness.